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post #7161 of 9531
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Originally Posted by inedenimadam View Post

You are using an outdated version of P95 that does not include the latest instruction sets. Two minutes is not long enough to heat up, even under P95. Otherwise, the temps and voltage look good, but there is not much temperature room with the two problems I am hinting at with your screenshot. Your temperatures are likely to get into the mid-high 80's maybe scratching 90 with and updated prime95 and a longer test. at two minutes you are only running one moderately hot test, as it is a fairly large fft, the next test is the 8kk and that one is a heater.

thx, Ill update p95.
I ran it for 4 hours and my temps didn't go above 78 with fans on 1300rpm.
one of the workers failed tho
post #7162 of 9531
Can anyone help me out here? My OC seems to crash after playing an hour of Battlefield 4 beta. Im getting 0x124 error in the BSOD.

Here are my settings, and my spec can be found in my rigbuilder info thingie.






Im using the 3.10 Bios version. My temps are all normal except maybe my vcore is abit high already, when i was playing it was around 1.320v already.

Can anyone help me get this stable?
post #7163 of 9531
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Originally Posted by theilya View Post

thx, Ill update p95.
I ran it for 4 hours and my temps didn't go above 78 with fans on 1300rpm.
one of the workers failed tho

if a worker fails your not stable. increase vcore or decrease overclock. you should run prime blend for 10-12hours to really test stability. I usually let my PC run overnight and through the day at idle to check for idle stability too...
post #7164 of 9531
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Can anyone help me out here? My OC seems to crash after playing an hour of Battlefield 4 beta. Im getting 0x124 error in the BSOD.

Here are my settings, and my spec can be found in my rigbuilder info thingie.

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Im using the 3.10 Bios version. My temps are all normal except maybe my vcore is abit high already, when i was playing it was around 1.320v already.

Can anyone help me get this stable?

Either add VCore or drop your multiplier.
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post #7165 of 9531
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if a worker fails your not stable. increase vcore or decrease overclock. you should run prime blend for 10-12hours to really test stability. I usually let my PC run overnight and through the day at idle to check for idle stability too...

thx
I increased the offset to by 0.005 (now its at 0.025)

will report on how it goes.

I'm a little confused what my cpu load line calibration should be? is level 2 fine?

thx

and Xenius, does it only happen with bf4?
post #7166 of 9531
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Originally Posted by inedenimadam View Post

Either add VCore or drop your multiplier.

but my vcore is already high under load?

guess to drop multiplier then, do i also need to turn down vcore ? because 1.320v is abit high isn't it?
post #7167 of 9531
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Quote:
Originally Posted by inedenimadam View Post

Either add VCore or drop your multiplier.

but my vcore is already high under load?

guess to drop multiplier then, do i also need to turn down vcore ? because 1.320v is abit high isn't it?
Yes, go down one multiplier and reduce voltage until it is no longer stable, then stress test your way back to stable again.
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I think I must have gotten one of the bad processors, having a very hard time getting 4.6 stable in prime 95. Currently the turbo offset is at +.055 and cpu offset at +.100 vcore in while running p95 is right at 1.4 but p95 keeps closing on me? Is the answer always raise vcore?
post #7169 of 9531
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I think I must have gotten one of the bad processors, having a very hard time getting 4.6 stable in prime 95. Currently the turbo offset is at +.055 and cpu offset at +.100 vcore in while running p95 is right at 1.4 but p95 keeps closing on me? Is the answer always raise vcore?

Not always, that certainly is allot of VCore for 4.6, more than I would recommend for daily use.

do a quick integrity check, sometimes corruption leads to the appearance of instability.

elevated command prompt:
Code:
sfc /scannow
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post #7170 of 9531
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Not always, that certainly is allot of VCore for 4.6, more than I would recommend for daily use.

do a quick integrity check, sometimes corruption leads to the appearance of instability.

elevated command prompt:
Code:
sfc /scannow

"Windows Resource Protection did not find any integrity violations."

(Thanks for all of your help it is appreciated)
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